Informations Covid-19

In Sète :

➡️ On 28 October 2020, the President of the Republic decided to take measures to reduce to the strictest minimum contacts and travel throughout the country from 30 October to at least 1 December, the period during which general confinement is decreed.

     Education: Schools, colleges and high schools remain open as well as nurseries. Universities will be closed.
    Work: Work should continue, but teleworking should be the rule as soon as possible.
    Holidays: Returns from All Saints' Day holidays as well as returns from holiday camps will be tolerated on the weekend of 31 October.
    Shops and establishments open to the public: Bars and restaurants will be closed. Only basic necessities shops will remain open, all establishments open to the public will be closed except for public services. The Ephad will be open for visits.
    Travel : French people will be able to leave their homes to work, for a medical appointment, to assist a relative, to do essential shopping or to take a walk in the air near their home. They will not be able to move from one region to another except for those returning from their All Saints' Day holiday. Travel certificates will be available on the government website from 30 October.

➡️ Fonquerne seaside resort: the establishment is reorganising the opening hours of the Laurent Vidal Olympic pool due to the latest health measures. Click here for all practical information.
➡️ Arago: The Executive Board of the FFVolley has decided to take a 6-week break from the senior national championships of Nationale 2 and Nationale 3. All information on this link.
➡️ Access to the Sète hospital: in the context of strong viral circulation, visits are suspended except for the maternity, paediatrics and end-of-life services.
➡️ Wearing a mask: the obligation to wear a mask applies in Sète (for people over 11 years old) as well as in many communes in the department. This obligation concerns the whole town. As a reminder, the wearing of masks is also compulsory in enclosed public spaces (also for people over 11 years old). This applies to hotels, covered markets, restaurants and museums. A fine of €135 will be imposed if these rules are not respected.
➡️ Postponement of the Welcome Days for new residents of Sète: in view of the evolution of the health crisis, the City has decided to postpone these days, initially scheduled for 16, 17 and 18 October, to a later date.
➡️ The City provides a telephone line called "the blue line". It enables people aged 60 and over and/or people with disabilities or chronic illnesses to obtain information on a daily basis, particularly in the current health context. To contact the blue line, call 04 99 04 73 33.

Wearing a mask in enclosed spaces: as a reminder, the wearing of a mask is also compulsory since Monday 20 July in enclosed public spaces (for people over 11 years old). This applies to hotels, covered markets, restaurants and museums. 

At the tourist office :

Mask must be worn

Limitation of the number of people at the reception of the office.

Provision of hydroalcoholic gel

Direction of traffic inside our premises

Installation of transparent screens on reception desks

Individual protection of our team

Regular disinfection of the premises

Respect of distances and barrier gestures